This one is especially for Jayne, who loves Sweet Potato and Leek Soup. Happy Cooking!
I live in England several months out of the year and for a country that isn’t exactly known for their brilliant cuisine, there are a few things they definitely deserve awards for. For starters, Yorkshire puddings, sausage and mash, and Sunday roast, just to name a few. All of which, I have found vegan recipes for. With that being said, the sidekick to all of these delicious dishes is the Red Onion Gravy. And here you have it…a truly vegan recipe that is just as easy to make as it is tasty.
When I was a kid, I hated brussels sprouts and refused to eat them. Now that I’ve learned to cook, I’ve realized that the reason I hated them was because I had never had them cooked a way that tastes as delicious as this! A perfect side dish for your vegan holiday feast!
For all of you people out there that love minty chocolate, this one’s for you. Perfect to make a few days in advance and refridgerate. It also makes an amazing gift for your favorite vegan! Make sure you keep it in a cool place, as it can be a bit soft.
Decorating cookies is one of my favorite holiday pastimes. There is something really nice about sitting around a table loaded with different colored frostings and sprinkles…just begging to become edible decorations for gingerbread cookies! Here is a great recipe for making the perfect gingerbread cookies. Perfect for any holiday occasion! Makes about 3-4 dozen, depending on the size of your cookie cutters.
Lets face it, stuffing is an important part of the holiday feast. Without it, the table would definitely be missing something. Here’s my personal recipe for a delicious stuffing that is bound to be a perfect match for your vegan gravy and vegan holiday roast.
One of my faaaaavorite desserts in the world is vegan pecan pie! This one is especially nice because its got some booze and chocolate poured into it (but that’s optional for you non-drinkers out there)! Serve it up warm with a big scoop of vegan vanilla ice cream. It won’t last long!
Recently, I went to an amazing vegan/veggie restaurant in Amsterdam, in the historic Jordaan district called De Bolhoed. One of the most highly recommended items on the menu was their mushroom paté, which I had to order out of curiosity. Today, I attempted to make my own version of this delicious savoury starter and it was a wild success!
This is also an AMAZING spread on sandwiches!
So, without further ado, here is the recipe:
Tofu recipes come and go, but here is a great spin on a Japanese-style kebab classic. If you aren’t feeling the tofu thing, you can easily substitute with big mushroom pieces or tempeh. The vegetables can also be switched out if you want!
These vegan kebabs are great for parties, a side dish, or a main course!
This is just about as easy as 1-2-3. A simple pie crust for all of your quiche and homemade pie needs. You can also use it for dessert empanadas!
This pie crust is highly versatile and we use it in a few of our vegan recipes!